Food Trends

The New Super-Trendy Vegetable: Beets

The New Super-Trendy Vegetable: Beets

Gourmet News By Richard Thompson Beets are getting a whole new look this year, emphasizing their nutritional benefits while being featured in products that appeals to shifting consumer tastes. Similar to the way kale appealed to consumers last year, beets are being marketed as the new super trendy vegetable, grabbing the attention of food retailers […]

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  August 25, 2015   No comments
New Fancy Food Show Products Delight with Taste

New Fancy Food Show Products Delight with Taste

Innovation, Gourmet News By Richard Thompson This year’s Summer Fancy Food Show introduced new and growing brands that aimed to update how we look at foods, from breakfast to all-natural desserts. Many of these news products stood out with their focus on reinvention, health and taste. If there was one new brand that will be hard […]

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  August 22, 2015   No comments
The Best Protein You Can Eat

The Best Protein You Can Eat

The Best Protein You Can Eat, According To Nutritionists HUFF POST Don’t just settle for any old protein. U.S. News & World Report By K. Aleisha Fetters Protein is the key to keeping cravings at bay, building lean muscle and dropping those last few pounds. But according to a new review published in Applied Physiology, Nutrition […]

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  August 19, 2015   No comments
8 Tips to Make Your Stir-Fry More Exciting

8 Tips to Make Your Stir-Fry More Exciting

FOOD 52 Blog   Today: Stir-fry—the broke kitchener’s weeknight standby—just got a little more interesting.  You get home and you open your fridge. Your crisper holds some browning broccoli, limp carrots, and a very questionable lime. You have half of a rotisserie chicken and a half-finished bottle of white wine. Odds are, you’re going to make stir-fry: […]

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  August 18, 2015   No comments
5 weird things French people do to pizza

5 weird things French people do to pizza

Wednesday, August 5, 2015 PMQ Magazine   This week I’ll be leaving chère Paris and moving to my husband’s hometown in Utrecht, the Netherlands.  Will I miss Paris?  Of course. I’ll miss being able to buy fruits and vegetables at the convenience stores and outside metro stops.  I’ll miss the communal bike system.  I’ll miss […]

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  August 14, 2015   No comments
10 Gin Facts You Don’t Know

10 Gin Facts You Don’t Know

Liquor.com Contributed by Crystal SykesPosted on Apr 15, 2015 It’s springtime. Stash those dark, heavy spirits in the back of your liquor cabinet and bust out spring’s power spirit, gin. Served in both boozy classics like the Negroni and the refreshingly simple Gin & Tonic, gin can adapt to whatever flavor profile suits your fancy. This […]

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  August 14, 2015   No comments
Berries

Berries

Food Reference.com SELECTION – In general, berries should be dry, firm, well shaped, and eaten within a week after purchase. If you can’t eat them that soon, remember that berries freeze well! It’s best to buy berries that are ‘in-season’ as they’ll cost less and are more ripe and flavorful than ‘out-of-season’ berries. Stay away […]

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  August 7, 2015   No comments
Top 5 Trends of the 2015 Summer Fancy Food show

Top 5 Trends of the 2015 Summer Fancy Food show

Author: Eva Meszaros Categories: Trends and Statistics; Food Trends Source: Specialty Food News Exotic and omnipresent ingredients, on-the-go convenience, and alcohol infusions are on the up and up. The 61st annual Summer Fancy Food Show drew to a close yesterday, but before the final day wrapped, the show’s Trendspotter Panel identified five emerging trends of […]

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  July 31, 2015   No comments